Ivy League

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Ivy League a league of universities and colleges in the northeastern United States that have a reputation for scholastic achievement and social prestige
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Usage

In literature:

Manhattan's ivy-league citadel of the intellect seemed an unlikely spot for people to be led beyond thought.
"Take Me for a Ride" by Mark E. Laxer
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In news:

Severna Park field hockey player Marissa Balleza is looking to play for an Ivy League school.
From rural Africa to the Ivy League .
Local youth organization gives teens a taste of Ivy League life.
The Declining Influence of Ivy League Preppies on US Olympic Rowing.
How to invest like the Ivy League .
(MoneyWatch) The endowments at Ivy League universities such as Yale and Harvard have been exceptionally successful, causing many investors -- both individual and institutional -- to consider replicating their investment strategy.
Top NBA players who attended Ivy League schools.
Cornell's 'sustainable' seafood an Ivy League first.
Opening Ivy League Universities To The Masses.
Syrian siren's Ivy League dream could be undone by Assad boasts.
Ivy League opportunity for RHS Hannah Svilar.
How to Outfit Your iPad Like an Ivy League Scholar.
A new rap by Harvard/Princeton alum Nikki Muller poking fun at men's intimidation by women with an Ivy League education has gone viral.
The Ivy League 's 2012 Presidential Pick.
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama have two Ivy League degrees apiece.
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